Academic System

SCOTM has developed the following set of norms and procedure to conduct the examinations

Procedure of Examination: Candidate shall register for all subjects (whole examination) when he / she appears for the examination for the first time (during the year of admission).

Examination Centres: Depending upon the quality, performance and the number of students enrolled, the university will identify the Examination centres from among the study centres. In addition to these Examination Centres, the University conducts examination in other Institutions also which will be notified in the examination fee circular, time table etc. If any changes are made regarding examination centres, the same will be updated on the SCOTM website Supplementary examinations will have lesser number of examination centres depending on the strength of the students.

Minimum Marks required for a Passing: No Candidate shall be declared to have passed in any course unless he / she obtains 40% in the aggregate of term-end examination and internal assessment put together for all the subjects.

Course Exemption: Exemption is granted in courses in which a minimum of 40% is secured.

Classification of Successful Candidates: University will declare the grade of successful candidates on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates both in Grade and Class.

Grading System for the Programs: The following table shows the grading of successful candidates.

GRADE
QUALITATIVE
LEVEL GRADE
POINTS
PERCENT
(%)
A
Excellent
5
80 % above
B
Very Good
4
60 - 79.9 %
C
Good
3
50 - 59.9 %
D
Satisfactory
2
40 - 49.9 %
E
Unsatisfactory
1
Below 40 %

Class for the Programs:

First Class 60% and above
Second Class Above 50% but below 60 %
Third Class Above 40 % but below 50 %

Scheme of Examination: Please see the prospectus for more details

Re-totalling of Answer scripts: The University will send the marks card to the candidate through registered post after announcing the examination results on the Sarvodaya College of Technology & Management website. Candidates have provision to apply for re-totaling, within 30 days from the date of dispatch of marks card from the University. In this regard, application may be submitted to the Registrar (Evaluation), SCOTM, through registered post within 30 days from the date of dispatch of marks card

Eligibility to appear for Examination:
To be eligible to appear at the term-end examination in any course, the students are required to fulfill the following conditions:

  • They should have paid the Programme / Tuition fee due for that year
  • They should have opted and pursued the prescribed Programme
  • They should submit the examination form on time 
  • The admission to the course should have been approved by the University.

Examination Time-table: Schedule of Examination dates indicating the date and time will be sent to all the Regional Centres / Examination Centres within 15 days before the commencement of Examination. The students can obtain the detailed Time-Table from their nearest Regional Centre or Examination Centre. They can also log on to the University site. No individual intimation will be sent to the student regarding Examination Time Table.

Lateral Entry / Exemption:

  • Students who have passed 3 years Polytechnic Diploma in any branch of Engineering from State / Central Govt. recognized Technical Board / Institution / University or 3 year B.Sc. in any stream with subject as Mathematics shall be allowed direct admission in 2nd year i.e. (III semester) of B. Tech. Such candidate may also change their branch of study at B. Tech level.
  • GROUP NO.
    DIPLOMA COURSES
    DEGREE COURSES
    1
     
     
     
     
    CIVIL ENGINEERING GROUPS
     
     
    SUB GROUP A
     
    Civil and Rual Engineering
    Civil Engineering
    Civil and Sanitary Engineering
     
    Construction Engineering
     
    Environment Technology
     
    2
    COMPUTER, ELECTRONICS, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GROUPS
     
     
    SUB GROUP A
     
    Computer Engineering
    Computer Science & Engineering
    Computer Technology
     
    Information Technology
     
    SUB GROUP B
     
    Digital Electronics
    Electronics Telecommunication Engineering
    Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
     
    Electronics & Video Engineering
     
    Sound & Television Engineering
     
    Industrial Electronics
     
    Electronics & Radio Engineering
     
    Electronics Engineering
     
    Electronics Production Engineering & Maintenance
     
    SUB GROUP C
     
    Electrical Engineering
    Electrical Engineering
    Electrical Power System
     
    3
    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GROUP
     
     
    SUB GROUP A
     
    Automobile Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering
    Fabrication Technology
     
    Mechanical Engineering
     
    Fabrication Technology & Erection Engineering
     
  • 12th Technical or I.T.I or M.C.V.C or N.C.V.T (should be 2 Years) or equivalent can join any branch in the 2nd year (III semester) of Diploma irrespective of their trade.
  • BCA / B.SC (IT / CS / AIT), B.E IN (IT / CS / ET), B.TECH IN (IT / CS / EXC) or equivalent can directly join for MCA 2nd Year.
  • Exemptions may be granted in paper(s) or semester(s) depending on the subject(s) cleared by the candidate by actually passing of the subject(s) and successfully completing the exam, which include those subjects from the recognized Institution / colleges / University. Exemptions if eligible are not to be taken for 'granted' but must be asked for while submitting the Registration and Exam form along with the attested copies of relevant certificates, mark sheets and exemption fee. Exemptions granted will be shown only in the mark list of the examination sent to the candidate. No separate individual intimation will be given.
  • The student who is doing similar courses from a recognized University / Board of Education / Institution will be allowed to join the next semester for the same course but in such case the student shall be appearing for the papers which were not covered in the previous semester but the student has to study at least for two years in the University for the award of certificate.

Credit System: SCOTM follows a credit system that is based on the time factor involved in studying. One credit is equivalent to 30 study hours inclusive of all learning activities. Different programmes have different credit requirements. Students have the right to collect credits at their own pace, convenience and according to their own capability. SCOTM also provides a credit transfer facility whereby credits may be transferred from any other University to SCOTM after fulfilling the necessary requirements.

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